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DDoSecrets uncovers some possible funny business. International police nab an alleged ringleader. And senators want Google to clean up its data practices. This is CyberScoop for May 25.

Something funny with the latest Hunter Biden emails

Several emails within a large cache of emails associated with Hunter Biden that a former Trump administration staffer posted May 15 show signs of tampering, a recent analysis by Distributed Denial of Secrets found. The organization saw signs of modified and freshly created emails within more than 128,700 emails that were published in a searchable database. Distributed Denial of Secrets did not accuse the staffer of modifying the emails, and previous analyses on the Biden material paint a long and winding picture of sloppy handling, insertion of directories, and inconsistent stories. AJ Vicens has more.

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Police nab cybercrime leader

The cybercrime unit of the Nigeria Police Force alongside INTERPOL arrested a 37-year-old Nigerian man for allegedly running a massive business email compromise operation. The arrest, announced Wednesday, follows a major global sting last year that resulted in the arrests of more than a dozen suspects allegedly tied to the notorious Nigerian crime ring, dubbed “SilverTerrier” by cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks. The group is believed to have targeted at least 50,000 victims since it first became active in 2014. Tonya Riley reports.

Dems demand data overhaul from Google

More than 40 Democrats sent a letter to Google Tuesday calling on the company to change its collection and retention of location data that prosecutors could use to prosecute people obtaining abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned. “Google cannot allow its online advertising-focused digital infrastructure to be weaponized against women,” the lawmakers wrote. Google did not immediately answer a request for comment. Tonya has it.

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